Jordan Laird, Dayton Daily News

Jordan Laird

Dayton Daily News

Dayton, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Jordan:

More Ohioans than ever are dying from COVID-19 under 50

Health officials are frustrated that the recent wave of COVID-19 cases has brought with it a spike in deaths of those under age 50. → Read More

More Ohioans than ever are dying from COVID-19 under 50

Health officials are frustrated that the recent wave of COVID-19 cases has brought with it a spike in deaths of those under age 50. → Read More

Fewer COVID precautions this year could mean a resurgence of flu

Health officials are warning that a decrease in social distancing, masking and other precautions compared to last winter could mean a dangerous resurgence of flu at a time when COVID-19 is not yet under control. → Read More

Fewer COVID precautions this year could mean a resurgence of flu

Health officials are warning that a decrease in social distancing, masking and other precautions compared to last winter could mean a dangerous resurgence of flu at a time when COVID-19 is not yet under control. → Read More

Your questions about booster shots answered: Who qualifies and more

Local public health agencies and hospitals began giving out third doses of the Pfizer vaccine this week to eligible residents at the highest risk of contracting severe COVID-19 and those with high occupational exposure. → Read More

Local doctors answer questions about COVID-19, ivermectin

Ivermectin, the anti-parasitic drug that’s used to treat roundworm infection in humans and to de-worm animals, is risky, and there is no conclusive evidence that it is beneficial in preventing or treating COVID-19, area doctors say. → Read More

Dayton doctors answer questions about COVID-19, ivermectin

Ivermectin, the anti-parasitic drug that’s used to treat roundworm infection in humans and to de-worm animals, is risky, and there is no conclusive evidence that it is beneficial in preventing or treating COVID-19, Dayton area doctors say. → Read More

Dayton pediatricians answer questions about children and coronavirus vaccines, masks

Masks are safe for children to wear and the benefits of the coronavirus vaccines far outweigh the risks for children, according to local pediatricians. → Read More

Here’s how Biden’s vaccine mandates might work

Area businesses and employees are scrambling to make sense of the coronavirus vaccine and testing mandates President Joe Biden announced that will affect thousands of Dayton-area workers. → Read More

Here’s how Biden’s vaccine mandates might work

Area businesses and employees are scrambling to make sense of the coronavirus vaccine and testing mandates President Joe Biden announced that will affect thousands of Dayton-area workers. → Read More

Hundreds get COVID shot at new clinics offering $100 gift cards

The reasons motivating the hundreds of people at a Huber Heights vaccination clinic to finally get their shots varied from the convenient time and location to family members convincing them to a new gift card incentive. → Read More

Regional hospitals open more COVID units to keep up

Dayton-area hospitals say they have set aside more space and taken other steps to accommodate the rising number of COVID-19 patients. → Read More

Regional hospitals open more COVID units to keep up

Dayton-area hospitals say they have set aside more space and taken other steps to accommodate the rising number of COVID-19 patients. → Read More

Local doctors answer readers’ questions about coronavirus vaccines

Readers continue to have many questions about how we got here, the Delta variant, vaccines and more. So the Dayton Daily News assembled a panel of trusted local experts, including doctors and pharmacists, to answer your questions. → Read More

Local Muslims mourn 9/11 tragedy, combat lingering Islamophobia

Dayton-area Muslims say they have mourned the tragedy of Sept. 11 like their fellow Americans for the past 20 years as they also have struggled with an onslaught of hate for them that still persists. → Read More

Local Muslims mourn 9/11 tragedy, combat lingering Islamophobia

Dayton-area Muslims say they have mourned the tragedy of Sept. 11 like their fellow Americans for the past 20 years as they also have struggled with an onslaught of hate for them that still persists. → Read More

From vaccines to Ivermectin, local experts answer readers’ coronavirus questions

The Dayton Daily News assembled a panel of trusted, local experts, including doctors and pharmacists, to answer your questions about COVID-19, vaccines and more. → Read More

From vaccines to Ivermectin, local experts answer readers’ coronavirus questions

The Dayton Daily News assembled a panel of trusted, local experts, including doctors and pharmacists, to answer your questions about COVID-19, vaccines and more. → Read More

3rd COVID vaccine shot: Who can get it now and where to get it here

A small group of people with weakened immune systems are now eligible for a third dose of the coronavirus vaccine a few weeks after their second dose. Meanwhile, information about when everyone might get a booster shot is still forthcoming from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. → Read More

3rd COVID vaccine shot: Who can get it now and where to get it here

A small group of people with weakened immune systems are now eligible for a third dose of the coronavirus vaccine a few weeks after their second dose. Meanwhile, information about when everyone might get a booster shot is still forthcoming from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. → Read More